Maybe the Miami Dolphins need to rethink their policy of letting fans attend open practices during training camp. First a bunch of fans showed up and began chanting, "We want Orton," which really, really hurt Chad Henne's feelings. Now footage from the training camp has leaked online. Which means opponents can do some early scouting on what the Dolphins are cooking up this year.
"I will not publish the videos on here for obvious reasons. I won't even tell you where to find them," the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero writes. "But obviously somebody didn't think enough of protecting the integrity of Miami's practice to keep from posting them."
We don't assume Riptide readers are idiots, and we are well aware you can type "Dolphins training camp" into YouTube, so we'll go ahead and show you one. If you want to see the rest, well, you know where to find them.
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This particular video is the work of a user called DolphinsRadio, though more from other YouTube accounts are online.
The team asks fans attending the open practices to refrain from filming or photographing any portion, but with most modern cell phones equipped with video capability, it's become a pretty hard rule to enforce.
But apparently other teams haven't had the same problem. Salguero had a chat with Dolphins higherups, and they're none too pleased about the leaks.